After reading President Obama’s JAMA article one thing that resonated with me was the decrease in the percentage of workers without an annual limit on out of pocket spending after the Affordable Care Act was enacted. In my opinion just seeing a significant decrease in the course of five years showed me that there actually is an effect by the changes they are making and that they are not all negative. I did research on both candidates health care policies and for the most part they were talking about same thing such as high quality, cheaper health care but there was a significant difference with both policies. In Hillary Clinton’s policies she actually had a plan such as wanting to crack down on drug companies whose prices are too high, this showed me that she is serious about health care and is looking for the best solution. As for Donald Trump all he discussed is how his healthcare plan will be great and better and repealing Obamacare but he doesn’t necessarily have a plan, his statements are very broad and they seem like empty promises to me so I would say I’m more so worried about Donald Trump’s health care plan. Two improvements for U.S. health care would be making it more inexpensive and adjusting the individual mandate because I don’t think anyone should be forced to buy expensive health insurance if they don’t want to. I think these improvements would improve U.S. health care and people would actually want to buy it rather than feeling obligated too.